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The Sadducees were the rationalists, that is, they relied only on their mind, not realizing that God in Scripture has revealed to us as much as we can understand how much we need for salvation, that there are truths beyond the capacity of our limited mind.
March 18, 2017 in the program "Church and world", aired on the TV channel "Russia-24" on Saturdays and Sundays, Chairman of the Department for external Church relations of the Moscow Patriarchate Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk answered the questions of a leading TV channel Ekaterina Gracheva.
In the age of information technology we do not cease to be witnesses of miracles occurring, confirming our Orthodox faith. – said the master. – The miracle is the phenomenon of Divine Providence in our lives that cannot be explained by science. Being rationally inexplicable, the true meaning of the miracle is revealed only to the spiritual eye of man.
The book includes conversations about Kassandra and features of Svyatogorsk of Hesychasm, not published until now personal diary notes of the author, and his articles and reports on the schema-monk Joseph the Hesychast and the Reverend Silouan — the carriers of divine grace and the teachers of the Jesus prayer.
Of Course, we, like all Orthodox Christians, are responsible to the post, realizing that post, and especially repentance, and prayer – three virtues, which in a special way to fix our souls. The Church of Christ all of us has been preparing for this time. And we meet him with trepidation, because it leads us to Holy week, the Resurrection of our Savior and Lord, Pascha.
Stages of Lent, the Lord leads us to the recognition of other, new, deep prayer life. A life full of thanksgiving, peace, joy, heart of the world, where each new day is permeated by the aroma of Mystery of divine Love. The Lord wants us to be included in this overflowing, grace-filled, spiritual life that begins here and now and stretches into Eternity!
Multimedia historical parks "Russia - my story", created in the Russian cities following the example that opened at VDNKH, will increase their attractiveness to tourists. This opinion was expressed on Tuesday, February 21, TASS Director of the Museum of contemporary history of Russia Irina Velikanova.
Work on the creation of Diveevo monument to Nicholas II and his family are in accordance with the agreed schedule. Currently completed the first phase of its construction – the monument is fashioned in the clay, it made the last adjustments to further work with bronze. This was announced at yesterday's meeting of the working group in charge of the project.
In France, local residents are showing increasing interest in Russian culture, traditions and Orthodoxy. In this regard, in October 2016 in Paris was opened Russian spiritual and cultural center and with it the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity of the Korsun diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church.
It would Seem that this is obvious and a truism for the Orthodox Christian. Yes, nothing in the world is not afraid of the devil with all his forces, as cross of God! Maybe it would be necessary to cite many quotes and write a good article with examples, expanded, broad with well-reasoned evidence base.
On 17 March 2017 in the Patriarchal chambers of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow held a regular meeting of the Presidium of the Society of Russian literature. His Holiness Patriarch Kirill, Chairman of the Society of Russian literature at the beginning of the meeting, delivered the opening word.
Three years ago Sevastopol and the Crimea returned to Russia. A historic agreement was signed by the heads of the Russian Federation, Sevastopol and Republic of Crimea on 18 March 2014 in Moscow. According to this document Sevastopol and the Crimea were taken to Russia and become her new subjects. The reunification of Sevastopol, Crimea and Russia is celebrated across the country today.
March 18, 2017 in the State historical Museum in the framework of the lecture "Historical Sabbath" of the Russian military-historical society, Chairman of the Patriarchal Council for culture, Abbot of the Moscow Sretensky monastery Bishop mark Tikhon (Shevkunov) presented an open lecture "the February revolution of 1917: What was that?".
In our Church there are two major annual literary events that are of interest to authors, publishers, and readers. This election and the winners of the Patriarchal literary prize named after saints Cyril and Methodius, and winners and prize-winners of the competition "Education through the book".
Talking about the events of 1917 and their consequences in the form of a split the Russian people into "white" and "red" and subsequent persecution of believers, of course, very important. I fully share the opinion of the Synod of the Russian Church Abroad about the true origins of the Russian upheaval of 1917